Month view for calendar on the page
We would like the calendar display apps (events and group calendar) to allow a "month" view. We love the events parts and like that they link to a group calendar but would love to visualize this in a month or week format
We’re actively thinking about how we can better support the desire for a great looking, responsive, wall calendar view. As we solidify our thoughts, we’ll share more.
Solution for people who want the OOTB SharePoint Calendar or Modern Events shown using the Modern Event webpart! AND want the month view
1. Add the Modern Events web part to the page
2. Edit (configure) the web part
3. Change Source to Events List on this site
4. Events List - select the OOTB Calendar
5. Select Category or leave blank
6. Select Date range for events - All, This week, this month, date range etc....
7. Select Layout Film Strip or Compact
8. # of items ot show
You now have the OOTB SharePoint Calendar showing in the Modern Page using the Modern events webpart.
I hope this helps - Simon King - One Off Jobs
Emil Khamitov commented
Todd Bleeker commented
Every business needs a comprehensive calendar solution. Exchange calendars, SharePoint calendars, O365 Group calendars, and Planner calendars do not play well together. At a minimum, SharePoint calendars should provide a modern week view and month view, but ideally they would also have color coding and a rollup feature. Adding Planner calendars to some future overlay capability would be very helpful too.
Tom Burke commented
Wait, this one is Thinking About It, but this one:
is marked Won't Do? Since this one here was commented on later by MS, is this the latest response and is this being worked on?
Tom Burke commented
I'm currently reviewing our classic team sites for how easy they might be to migrate via the MS conversion tool. I'm finding almost every one I look at has a Calendar list. I'm not sure how that'll behave if we run these through the tool but I'll be doing some testing.
Needless to say this is a popular, recent, and important ask from everyone here so we sure hope you're working on it! Our organization uses SP calendars to coordinate some important rollouts and initiatives.
Michael Leonhardt commented
Kind of funny that for your icon you used a monthly calendar flip view, yet what we get is a text list. There are several paid options which are charging in the thousands of dollars range. Would be a great value to look at how they have solved the issues.
Chau Le commented
Simon Paterson commented
Ditto everyone else here on the thread :]
Any update on a wall calendar view vs. the tiles? This is a key feature for us.
As we do not use exchange online yet, it is not possible to use the group calender, which is unfortunate..
If possible, it would also be very useful for us to be able te have a "month" view of the calendar.
Google sites had this feature back in 2009/10, a month view embedded with selected calendars feeding into it. I do not understand why MS are not all over this!
Yes, yes, yes - this is an absolute must. You provided something that a great many people use only to, in typical fashion, "upgrade" to something that is supposedly better, but removes vital functionality. Please fix this.
We need this!!! Everyone asks for it. Please make it happen.
There are 2 uservoice requests for this item. I would suggest for everyone to upvote the other uservoice idea "Modern Calendars."
Completely agree with Dan Hancock: "This is a huge flaw in the calendaring functions to not be able to embed a calendar from an O365 group into a SharePoint page. We have had numerous requests for this feature in our entity. Please make this a high priority in development. This needs to include viewing in a standard monthly format."
Dan Hancock commented
This is a huge flaw in the calendaring functions to not be able to embed a calendar from an O365 group into a SharePoint page. We have had numerous requests for this feature in our entity. Please make this a high priority in development. This needs to include viewing in a standard monthly format.
Collin Willis commented
I totally agree with Stan Snyder and most others on here. If I insert a calendar I need people to see at least a month view and the ability to hook their Outlook up to the calendar if they choose. Exactly how it was in SharePoint 2016 and all previous versions.
Stan Snyder commented
Need ability to "publish" a calendar (readable by everyone, so no, an O365 Group calendar is not the "right fit" for this business need). Customers expect a month view (it should look like a calendar!), not the Filmstrip or Compact layout options.
I am trying to help numerous regional teams across my company start using SharePoint Online, but the fact that a well designed calendar is not available is a full stop for many teams. They don't want to regress from the efficient team organization they have developed using SharePoint 2013 with their layered calendars.
The embed 'solution' is not really effective. It leaves a lot of white space below the calendar and if the calendar is placed lower down the page, the calendar title ribbon (that we are trying to hide with the iframe margins) overlaps any text above it.
Are we going to get a more professional solution soon?
I am currently testing office 365 Business for my company. The calendar was a main focus for my Boss and, now, there is a strong possibility we do not make a full transition here because of its absence in the modern site.